29/05/2020By Mike Tuchscherer on 29/05/2020
Linear Periodization is one of the most widely used planning strategies but at the same time one of the most confusing. In this video, Mike Tuchscherer clears some confusion and provides a rationale for when and how to use linear periodization in strength training planning.
15/05/2020By Mike Tuchscherer on 15/05/2020
Before jumping right into linear, block, and other periodizations strategies, it is important to understand the “programming structure”. In this video Mike Tuchscherer outlines his “Six Steps” system that is necessary for building a training cycle, as well as understanding different frameworks.
06/04/2020By Mike Tuchscherer on 06/04/2020
In this video, Mike Tuchscherer is providing practical advice for planning the week. According to Mike, the template is not a program, but the order of work for a given week. To design an efficient template, follow these six steps explained in this lesson.
27/03/2020By Mike Tuchscherer on 27/03/2020
In this module, Mike Tuchscherer will teach you (1) how to classify exercises, (2) assess weak ranges of motion, and (3) determine the focus of exercises. This module consists of three videos, each delving into the aforementioned objectives.
22/03/2020By Mike Tuchscherer on 22/03/2020
In these two videos of the Microcycles Course, Mike Tuchscherer is providing an overview of the needed background knowledge. This includes the discussion on the principles of training: specificity, overload, fatigue management, variation, periodization, and a quick mention of the auto-regulations.